The management of water is an essential public good and a natural monopoly. Getting it wrong can be catastrophic
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The United Nations has labelled water as a human right.
Yacouba Sawadogo, a farmer from Burkino Faso, is using "zai" to return barren land to its greener former self.
Agile water is the practice of optimizing water management, monitoring and reuse at all stages of the resource cycle.
Blockchain could be a a wild card that disrupts the way we tackle climate change and other environmental challenges.
The region's governments can consider several ways of challenging a culture of mass disposability and kickstarting a circular economy.
Water supply crises are a major global risk, but leveraging technology could be part of the solution.
Access to clean drinking water has transformed the village of Siksa.
Empowering female entrepreneurs in pursuit of SDG6 can have a twofold impact: the global sanitation crisis disproportionately affects the well-being of women.
New research has explored the impact of plastic consumption on turtles.
Desalination plants often return concentrated brine to the oceans, impacting species that rely on a specific salinity.
So far, 2018 has been very warm and exceptionally dry over large parts of mainland Australia. The Bureau of Meteorology’s climate outlook for spring, released today, shows that significan...
As World Water Week gets underway, here are some of the most pertinent facts and figures about our most precious resource.
We're overlooking the environmental impact of cigarette butts, according to a new study.